UK businesses can sponsor overseas worker or non-settled worker already within the UK once successfully being granted a sponsor licence.
To sponsor an overseas or non-settled worker already within the UK, employers must ensure that they offer them a job that they will perform at a suitable rate of pay and skill level, in addition to other criteria.
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We can support your business with all aspects of hiring non-settled workers. Our UK immigration team provides a comprehensive approach, preparing the entire licence application, taking into account the commercial considerations for your business.
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